Tennis Elbow

September 15, 2009

These days the average person that has tennis elbow doesn’t even play tennis.  What used to be a term reserved for athletes can now be achieved by painting too many coats of paint on your wall, typing on your computer, and other non grand slam activities.  If you are feeling pain in your outer elbow […]

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The Benefits of Sports Massage

September 3, 2009

As an athlete can you benefit from massage? The average sports enthusiast might have their doubts. If you are running 30km a week, or lifting weights 3 times a week or generally pushing your body to its limits, how can a shoulder rub help? First of all, let’s have another look at the definition of […]

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What is fascia?

July 24, 2009

What is fascia?  If you’ve ever cooked chicken, you’ve probably noticed it. The thin, transparent, filmy material that covers the chicken meat.  Our muscles are covered in fascia.  Fascia covers every muscle and keeps the muscle together.  Fascia covers and protects every single muscle bundle or fascicle that makes up the muscle.  Fascia also covers every […]

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